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In India, two-wheeled scooters and motorcycles are a very popular way to get around. Cars are out of the price range for many buyers, and until the Tata Nano comes out, will remain that way. Other factors are putting a crimp on the spending of many Indian households, including a huge inflation increase and the surging price of fuel. All of these things are likely to have a negative impact on the automotive sector. Some, though, believe that the two-wheeled market is set to pick up some of the sl

Honda's India market strategy involves three things: more dealers, more small cars and selling more cars that don't use gasoline (or, at least, use less gas). Reuters is reporting today that Honda is considering "segments such as diesel and alternative fuels for a larger share of the market," according to Tatsuya Natsume, director - marketing, Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Natsume said diesel vehicles are growing in India, and Honda wants to launch a hybrid in that market. As for Honda joining the